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Impossible to choose SRT track witin a MKV


hptf

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Hello,

I got some MKV with

  • English DTS audio
  • EN SRT subtitle (english) (SubRip/SRT)
  • FR SRT subtitile (french) (SubRip/SRT)

Its seems to be impossible to chose the right SRT from SRT submenu of video player application: track first field is greeyed and only value 1 is displayed.

how to switch to french subtitle in the second SRT track ?

Thanks

HPTF

 

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